In this second Apologetics course, students will tackle the tough subjects such as Faith and Knowledge, the Likeness of God, Jesus, Satan, Evil, Pain and Suffering, the Origin of the Soul and the Creation vs. Evolution debate.
- How to defend one’s faith
- Understand the existence of God
- Understand the inspiration of the Bible
- Creation and the theory of evolution
- Understanding the complex arguments for the truth in Christianity and the Bible
Students will discover that leadership is not an exclusive club for those who were “born with it.” The traits that are the raw materials of leadership can be acquired. Link them up with the desire and nothing can keep you from becoming a leader. This course will supply the leadership principles. You must supply the desire.
- Uncover where you are right now as a leader
- Reveal your own assumptions and operating principles that may actually be counterproductive to your desire to lead
- Learn new principles that work in leadership
- Apply leadership principles right away in your attitude and actions
Students will understand that we too often read the Bible from the perspective of the modern world. We interpret its words based on our understanding of the native language, and from the perspective of our modern worldview. In this course you will discover the importance in learning the meanings of biblical interpretation.
- Allow the student to go beyond the basic tools of responsible interpretation.
This course explores the two fundamental features of the New Testament by examining why the NT gives so much attention to the Kingdom of God and how the central themes relate to the new covenant in Christ, where they originated, and what they mean for us today.
- Orient students to the overarching message of the New Testament
- Summarize the theological emphases of the New Testament
- Provide a strategy for applying the New Testament to modern life
In this course, students will write an essay about their God-given Calling. While reporting on some very specific questions.